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The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum stands as a symbol of strength in the wake of unspeakable violence. Visit the Memorial Museum to experience the brutality of the Oklahoma City bombing, and the tenderness of the response. Share our dream...more
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A remembrance of the 168 people killed here on April 19,1995. THe Memorial Museum is arranged in a 10 chapter presentation. Starting with the morning of the 19th of April. The Outdoor Memorial occupies the sacred soil where 168 soles were killed.
One of my brothers had been to Oklahoma City about a year ago and since that time he had spoken about the impact of the trip he had made to the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum. From the moment you enter the museum you...More
This is a really lovely Memorial to the people that lost their lives! It is very well done and worth the money. You should plan to spend 2 hours in the museum and then maybe a half hour walking around the grounds.
This museum is beyond description and words. The history of the bombing cannot be more precisely told. You will be drawn into the drama of all the events at the very beginning to the end. It is well worth the visit.
Any memorial site is going to be tough to walk through, and this one was no exception. There are clearly marked placards and TVs to get more information, a museum, and gift shop filled with helpful and friendly staff. The story is so beautifully told...More
I visited the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum on a recent cloudy morning. I wish that every American could have the opportunity to visit this landmark, the site of a domestic terrorist attack that took the lives of 168 innocent Americans on April 19,...More